Could you help make our great college even better?
Could you be a sixth form college governor?
We have been transforming the lives of young people in East London for 25 years. As we celebrate our Silver Jubilee, Newham Sixth Form College is looking for new governors.
Being a governor is a fascinating and rewarding role helping to support our college and challenge us to be even better.
We are ambitious, successful, vibrant, diverse and we want nothing but the best for our 2,500 students We offer a comprehensive range of A-level and vocational courses to 16 to 19 year olds in East London and in 2017 we achieved our best ever exam results. We also offer a uniquely broad student development and sports programme; often working with brilliant partners. Over 600 NewVIc students progress to university every year, including many to highly selective institutions and courses.
We have just opened a stunning new £10million building entirely self-funded and we remain in good financial health. Our most recent inspection judged us to be ‘good’ and we are working towards becoming outstanding. We really value the contribution of our governors and we are looking to broaden the skills base and increase the diversity of our members.
We welcome applications from anyone who has a strong commitment to education and young people and we are particularly keen to attract people who have marketing, finance or project management experience.
To find out more about the college: http://www.newvic.ac.uk/index.htm
To find out more about being a governor: http://www.newvic.ac.uk/about/governors.htm
Apply here by 17th November to be considered in this round of recruitment.
Please return your application form to Dionne Neblett: email@example.com
We can also arrange a college visit if you are considering applying.
- Membership as of June 2017
- Standing orders 2016/17
- Revisions to standing orders and code of conduct
- Instrument and articles of government
- The English Colleges Foundation Code of Governance
- Role Description of the chair of corporation